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ON THE LINE: South Sudan: War Crimes for Poweri
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May 09, 2014 3:00 AM
South Sudan's President Salva Kiir is locked in battle with rebel leader and former Vice President, Riek Machar. Human rights groups accuse both sides of committing war crimes, while the world's youngest country spins toward a greater humanitarian crisis. Will the international community be able to stop a catastrophe? Find out next....On the Line

ON THE LINE: South Sudan: War Crimes for Power

Published May 08, 2014

South Sudan's President Salva Kiir is locked in battle with rebel leader and former Vice President, Riek Machar. Human rights groups accuse both sides of committing war crimes, while the world's youngest country spins toward a greater humanitarian crisis. Will the international community be able to stop a catastrophe? Find out next....On the Line

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Stock markets have fallen sharply as fears of a Chinese economic slowdown continue to haunt investors. China's central bank devalued the country's currency, the yuan, two weeks ago, raising fresh concerns that a slowdown in the country's economy was worse than originally feared. In addition, oil prices have plunged to six-year lows, amid concerns about waning demand for commodities from China. On this week’s HashtagVOA, Cal Perry and his guests examine the reasons behind the nosedive.

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